About this opportunity
Animal carers are sought to assist with care of wildlife at the centre. Assistance is required to prepare food and feed birds and animals, clean cages, avaries, enclosures and hospital. If you are far away from our Western Australian hospital, you can still help Kanyana save wildlife in many other ways.
Dependent on interest and skills volunteers may be trained to treat animals after some time.
Commitment is one regular shift per week of 4-5 hours.
No particular skills needed as we offer on-the-job training
A weekly commitment of at least four hours
16 years old minimum
updated tetanus injection
Volunteer information session attended to
Volunteer application form completed
DEC Volunteer Registration form completed
Kanyana membership paid
Commitment is one regular shift per week of 4-5 hours.Suitable for
- Travelling Volunteers
- Younger volunteers, aged 14-18
- Working with Animals
On the job trainingReimbursement
tea and coffee